A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.
“Big Deal: Trophy Hunting”
New York Times
CORE chief executive Shaun Osher commented on the wave of “trophy apartments” for real estate columnist Alexei Barrionuevo’s piece on the most desired high-priced apartments in town. Barrionuevo also highlighted CORE’s new Chelsea development, Walker Tower, where sales will begin this month: “Several brokers said they were waiting for new downtown developments that will provide fresh trophy penthouses to challenge uptown’s dominance. Projects like Walker Tower in Chelsea (at 212 West 18th Street), where a two-floor, 12,470-square-foot penthouse is expected to list for $94 million later this summer.”
“Patience Pays for Chelsea Flipper on West 17th”
Tom Postilio’s and Stuart Sussman’s sale at 246 West 17th Street in Chelsea (above) was featured on Curbed, which wrote, “Market timing helps, but patience and resolve seemed to pay off in this case.”
“Billionaire discounts $21.5M Fifth Avenue spread”
The Real Deal
Michael Graves commented on the tremendous amount of interest in the luxury segment of the real estate market for The Real Deal’s story on Seagram heir Charles Bronfman, who is marketing his full-floor apartment at 810 Fifth Avenue for $21.5 million.
The Observer’s Luxury Rentals
Elizabeth Kee was interviewed on the growth of Midtown West in the Observer‘s bimonthly magazine on the luxury rental market. (Please see page 15 for the story.)